Italy travel corridor on the line as sanctions come back

Italy travel corridor on the line as sanctions come back

Andight Now, the answer is yes.

Italy began withdrawing its lockdown in May and is now open to most European travelers. This includes the UK. Hotels, restaurants and bars are all open.

The Foreign Office’s advice for Italy currently states:

“You are allowed to enter Italy from the UK. You no longer have to reason to travel.”

Do I need to wear a mask?

Yes, the use of masks remains mandatory in government places involved, including shops and public transport, from 6pm to 6am, and in Rome and other areas across the country, masks must always be worn in outdoor spaces. You should pay attention to your signature and always carry a mask with you.

Which airlines have resumed flights?

Alitalia, EasyJet, Wiz Air, Ryanair and British Airways have all resumed flights to Italy.

Is something still closed?

Most businesses, including theaters, cinemas, concert halls, bars, museums, galleries and open-air spaces, have been allowed to reopen in Italy. However, large-scale rallies are still not allowed and all businesses that have reopened must adhere to the rules of social distance, which means that some people have not yet chosen to open their doors.

Read the full advice here.

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